Sustainability in Islamic Finance

Kurt Lieberman has been asked by Islamic Finance news to author a monthly column. Each column will cover an aspect of sustainability, governance and Islamic finance. Each column below was first published in Islamic Finance news.

Read the March 2019 post: Greater impact through shared values

Read the April 2019 post: More than this

Read the May 2019 post: Can I make a difference?

Read the June 2019 post: The virtuous cycle

Read the July 2019 post: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Read the August 2019 post: What you can’t see

Read the September 2019 post: August surprise

Read the October 2019 post: A solid foundation

Read the November 2019 post: Staying power

Read the December 2019 post: The value of morality

Read the January 2020 post: Valuation of companies

Read the February 2020 post: Measuring non-measurables

Read the March 2020 post: Governance is the real weakness in China

Read the April 2020 post: Maintaining open societies after the pandemic

Read the May 2020 post: Governance weaknesses can place billions of dollars at risk

Read the June 2020 post: Lessons from the era of shareholder value

Read the July 2020 post: Leadership succession critical to sustainability

Read the August 2020 post: Countries ready for a post-pandemic world

Read the September 2020 post: Perceptions of populism

Read the October 2020 post: Who is a populist?

Read the November 2020 post: Populism and Islamic leaders

Read the December 2020 post: Democracy is messy